Thursday, July 19, 2012

I'm a Published Apple Developer

Over the last several months I had the pleasure of making an iPad app for eCompliance. It's a simple application that allows one to perform an inspection. The application comes with a number of predefined inspections or you can create your own. The name of the application is ec-InspectionPad. 

Learning to program in Objective C wasn't as difficult as I thought it would be. The most challenging aspect of learning Objective C was the absence of many .Net language features that I've grown a custom to. For example, objective C does not have anything similar to LINQ or generics. If I've learned anything from working with Objective C it's that C# is a progressive modern language that I would much rather work with.

Just an example of a method call in Objective C.
[redirect to:ec-InspectionPad. andOpenInANewWindow:YES] 

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